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Courses: Aviation: Pilots and Flight Crew





Aircraft Ditching and Survival Course

6 hour interactive training program - Classroom presentation, practical experience, water classroom

Who can participate? All pilots and flight crew, including frequent passengers

Course Code: ADS450

This popular course introduces the flight crew to different emergencies that may be encountered during a forced landing, specializing in water hazards. It provides an interactive atmosphere and essential survival training that prepares a flight crew for an unexpected water landing.

Participants will:

  • Examine differences in aircraft and common myths associated with each type
  • Discuss ways to make a safe and survivable forced landing
  • Learn brace techniques, how to provide information for SAR, and prepare passengers and crew
  • Train for essential post crash survival training
  • Examine contents of safety equipment; proper uses and requirements
  • Demonstrate techniques for surviving water contact, safety raft inflation and passenger boarding, proper life vest use, and signaling for rescue
  • Review steps for preventing and surviving an incident

Participants will be supervised by both an instructor and certified life guards during this course. This is an approved continuing education course for yearly recurrent training in flight departments serving both Part 91 and 135 operations.

This course may be combined with the Adult, Child and Infant CPR/AED and first aid course for a complete safety training session.

Please contact to schedule a group training session or view the calendar to participate in a local seminar.




Adult, Child and Infant CPR with AED Certification for Aircraft Personnel

5 hour interactive training program - Classroom presentation, practical experience, certification test

Who can participate? All pilots and flight crew, including frequent passengers

Course Code: ACPRC (may be combined with course AFAID for First Aide certification)

This popular course introduces the flight crew to cardiac emergencies and rescue methods that may be encountered during flight either up on the flight deck or in the cabin. The course is custom designed to train providers to perform in an aviation atmosphere. It provides an interactive atmosphere and teaches essential life saving techniques that prepare a flight crew for an unexpected medical incident.

Participants will:

  • Learn of the many cardiac emergencies and the early warning signs
  • Perform updated CPR and AED techniques and procedures
  • Practice life saving techniques tailored for the aviation environment
  • Discuss air-to-ground communications with ATC to prepare for advanced pre-hospital care
  • Examine contents of safety equipment on board aircraft
  • Demonstrate techniques for cardiopulmonary resuscitation and AED for adult, child and infant emergencies
  • Review steps for preparing, caring and treating emergencies
  • Take a certification test to assess their abilities

Participants will be supervised by both an American Red Cross instructor and certified assistants during this course. This is an approved course for yearly recurrent training in flight departments serving both Part 91 and 135 operations. All participants will receive: a textbook, skill cards, exams and an official certification card with a completion certificate. This certification is good for twelve (12) months.

This course may be combined with the first aid course for a complete safety training session.

Please contact to schedule a group training session or view the calendar to participate in a local seminar.




First Aid Certification for Aircraft Personnel

2 hour interactive training program - Classroom presentation, practical experience, certification test

Who can participate? All pilots and flight crew, including frequent passengers

Course Code: AFAID (may be combined with course ACPRC for CPR/AED certification)

This enriching course introduces the flight crew to medical emergencies and injuries that may be encountered during flight either on the flight deck or in the cabin. The course is custom designed to train providers to perform in an aviation atmosphere. It provides an interactive atmosphere and teaches essential life saving techniques and treatments that prepare a flight crew for an unexpected medical incident.

Participants will:

  • Learn of the many medical emergencies and the early warning signs
  • Perform first aid rescue and treatment techniques in the simulated aviation environment
  • Discuss air-to-ground communications with ATC to prepare for advanced pre-hospital care
  • Examine contents of medical equipment and first aid kits on board aircraft
  • Provide care for multiple medical, psychological or traumatic emergencies
  • Review steps for preparing, caring and treating emergencies
  • Take a certification test to assess their abilities

Participants will be supervised by both an American Red Cross instructor and certified assistants during this course. This is an approved course for yearly recurrent training in flight departments serving both Part 91 and 135 operations. All participants will receive: a textbook, skill cards, exams and an official certification card with a completion certificate. This certification is good for thirty-six (36) months, however some companies require yearly participation.

This course may be combined with the Adult, Child and Infant CPR/AED course for a complete safety training session.

Please contact to schedule a group training session or view the calendar to participate in a local seminar.




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